Thursday, April 17, 2014

Thursday Links

As Easter weekend approaches, here are a few things in the news:

From Reuters, Nokia suspends the sale of its Lumia 2520 tablet in several European countries because of problems with its charger.

From Fox News, unions in Detroit ask for $100 million in federal money.

From Hugh Hewitt, the Obama legacy.

From ESPN, Yasiel Puig's escape from Cuba.

From Life News, taxpayer-funded abortions in Canada.

From ABC News, Goldman-Sachs' income falls, but not as badly as expected.

From CBN News, after wildfires ravaged parts of Valparaiso, Chile, recovery efforts begin.

The New York Post asks "Has [graffiti artist] Banksy finally been caught on camera?"

From Military Times, there are now four prisons in Maryland in which veteran's service dogs are trained.

From Silicon Valley Business Journal, Apple and Shazam team up to bring song-identification technology to iPhones.

From Illinois Watchdog, Illinois looks at a new Chicago casino as a possible source of revenue.  (via Champion News)

From zap2it, ABC decides to renew The Great Christmas Light Fight for a second season.

And from, an explanation of why Asian students get good grades.

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